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ظاهرة لن تتكرر قبل 2124.. سبعة كواكب تصطفُ في المجموعة الشمسية

An event that did not occur before 2124 … Seven planets in a row in the solar system!

An event that did not occur before 2124 ... Seven planets in a row in the solar system!

The Tunisian Astronomical Society has revealed that on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, a rare astronomical event referred to in a major planetary alignment of the planets in the solar system will not occur again before today, November 28th. , 2124.

“This large planetary alignment has nothing to do with the apparent encounter of car planets and terrestrial natural phenomena or alignment with the sun, and it is easy to observe in the northern hemisphere of the world,” he stressed. This means that this event will not happen again throughout this century, and will happen three more times in the next century, perhaps the most important event of the planets lining up on February 21, 2161. 81.5 degree curve only.

Earth witnessed a similar event on January 18, 1984, when all the planets were lined up within an angle of 59.6 degrees, according to astronomical calculations by the Tunisian Astronomical Union and the Commission for Astronomical Observations. On June 14, 2022, in Tunisia we saw the conjunction of the planets of the solar system’s brightest planets, and tonight at a point close to the last quarter with the participation of the moon.

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune will extend the view at dawn on June 22, 2022 from the equator near the equator at an angle of 104 degrees from east to southwest. Until, at approximately the same line, and then two days later, i.e. at dawn on June 24, 2022, the crescent moves eastward at an angle of 106 degrees in the sky of Tunisia.

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Hisham Yahya, vice president of the Tunisian Astronomical Society, told TAT that the event could be seen with the naked eye at dawn, at three o’clock. The morning before sunrise until the end of June 2022.

* Watt